The Chevy at the Wheaty

The Chevy at the Wheaty

This is a car I always wanted to buy back in the late 60s and turn it into a hot car. I could not resist taking this picture as the liquor store and car have make a nostalgic scene of a kinder and much more respectful era. The colour of this convertible is wonderful and makes you want to go for a tour on a sunny day. They sure knew how to make cars that were unique and appealing back then. Now I cannot tell one car from another much less guess...

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American Graffiti at the Wheatsheaf

American Graffiti at the Wheatsheaf

  These cars are amazing and between appointments I just had to stop and grab this photo. There are usually a lot more cars in the parking lot on a Friday at lunch time but it is October so less turned up and they had parked out front to get their photo taken. Everyone had their phones out to capture pictures but I was blessed to have a real camera with me. Hence, if you want a large image of this picture I will be delighted to help you...

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Legendary Service!

Legendary Service!

  This picture captures the concept of legendary service. I strive to deliver legendary service in my real estate business ( I learned my work ethics in my parents store in the old era of values being teached in the schools – stealing and dishonesty used to be wrong ) and find it getting rarer and rarer to find people that strive to deliver excellent service and products. Got to your local store and stand waiting for the staff to...

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The Fresh Eyes of a Child See!

The Fresh Eyes of a Child See!

I was walking around the harbour front in Victoria, BC with Harvey my invisible rabbit friend and noticed the ghost like figure walking along and nobody was noticing him. He kept passing groups of people and they did not acknowledge him. I commented to Harvey that nobody seems to notice him either except for me and little children. It is amazing how adults no longer see things around them as they become preoccupied with life and their...

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Harvest Time

Harvest Time

I captured this image a year ago at a local farmers market near Duncan BC and it demonstrates the importance of the decisive moment. The incredibly dry hot summer this year caused all the pumpkins to ripen back in August so this image would not happen here at this local growers market. I positioned the two pumpkins on the fender of this old rusting farm truck. I love the texture and colour on old rusting vehicles. There is a wonderful contrast...

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